Comment: Koch

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I'm not familiar with this particular story, but if it can be proven that they threatened the use of force (fraud is force), then they should go to court of it, and, if convicted, pay a large fine, return the ill-obtained and possibly be incarcerated depending on the severity of the threat and amount of damage done.

This is, of course, assuming that they did threaten force and that there is enough evidence to prove beyond reasonable doubt.

*Note: My perspective is a "minarchist" perspective. In other words, I believe in the non-aggression principle to an absolute but I believe that government should exist in the form of a military, a police force, and a court system. Others here, such as anarcho-capitalists, are likely to express disagreement.